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This bracelet is from Tiffany & Co.’s 2016 Masterpieces high jewelry collection.
The jewelry retailer revealed one of its two annual high jewelry collections in New York.
Here are the top five stories published on NationalJeweler.com for the week of Aug. 21 to 27, according to Google Analytics.
Melissa Spencer, the recipient of the 2016 Carelle-WJA Grant, is putting her own modern spin on the personalized jewelry craze.
The responsible sourcing e-tailer and mining program have collaborated on bridal and fine jewelry offerings.
his stunning ring by Comme de Musee was as complicated to produce as one would imagine; “I don't think I will ever try to make this again,” said designer Inhwa Yu.
Once relegated to side-stone status, jewelry designers have recently started featuring trillion-cut diamonds and gemstones center stage.
This is Anabela Chan’s 18-karat white gold bracelet with green agate and a detachable brooch in 18-karat white gold and silver with white diamonds. Image courtesy of Anabel Chan
Jewelry designers at the height of their craft are the focus of a new coffee-table book, forthcoming from publisher Thames & Hudson.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America added Anna Sheffield, Jordan Askill, Yves Spinelli and Catherin Zadeh to its ranks.
The jewelry manufacturer is going for a trendier look with the brand’s debut collection, which takes inspiration from the well-known ginkgo leaf.
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